Ms. Daisy Chung is a Paralegal at the Federal Practice Group. In this capacity, she provides assistance working closely with the attorneys in drafting and preparing legal correspondence and pleadings. She also organizes relevant documents for attorney review and case preparation and files all court documents. Additionally, she coordinates all communication between clients and attorneys.
Prior to coming to the Federal Practice Group, Ms. Chung was a legal and administrative assistant at two different Washington D.C. firms where she supported attorneys by drafting documents, meeting preparation and preparing responses to opposing counsel. She also worked as an intern for the International Conference of Asian Political Parties in South Korea. Here, she assisted members of the South Korean National Assembly as well as worked with other political leaders from throughout the world. In addition to this she acted as a Korean-to-English translator during meetings and forums alongside preparing conclusion documents with transcripts of conferences, assemblies and meetings. Ms. Chung was also an intern for the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Program. She provided translation services and helped numerous startup companies successfully launch their business.
Ms. Chung received her Bachelor of the Arts in Criminal Justice and Pre-Law Association with a minor in Sustainability from George Washington University College of the Arts and Sciences in 2020.
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